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Tallmadge man accused in two bank robberies

Steven Charles D'Agostine (Source: Akron Police) Steven Charles D'Agostine (Source: Akron Police)
AKRON, OH (WOIO) -

An Akron man accused of robbing two banks over the weekend.

Shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday, the Gen Fed Credit Union on Wedgewood Drive in Akron was robbed. The suspect entered the credit union and handed the teller a note, indicating he had a gun and demanding money. The teller handed the suspect an unreported amount of money and the suspect fled in a black Ford Focus.

The suspect also appeared to have robbed the Huntington Bank in Cuyahoga Falls on Sunday.

Steven Charles D'Agostine, 43, of Tallmadge was located at a house in the 200 block of Nieman Street after officers received a tip. He was taken into custody without incident.

D'Agostine was charged with aggravated robbery and booked into the Summit County Jail.

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